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    • Akwaaba African Travel Market

    • Akwaaba African Travel Market

      Akwaaba African Travel Market (AFTM)is an annual international travel event organized by Akwaaba Travel Market Limited and founded by Ikechi Uko. It is the only international travel fair in West Africa; it's a face to face marketing platform for travel companies; and a meeting place for travel and tourism investors to ... Read »


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    • Alpine pearls

    • Alpine Pearls is a cooperation which has been established in 2006 and formed of 25 tourism municipalities in six alpine countries. The tourism association’s objective is to support and promote Soft Mobility: that is offering the possibility for guests to arrive without a car at the holiday destination and to have ... Read »


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    • American Bus Association

    • The American Bus Association, or ABA, is a trade association for motorcoach operators and tour companies in the United States and Canada. Its membership consists of about 1,000 companies that operate buses or bus-based tours, about 2,800 organizations representing the travel and tourism industry, and several hundred su ... Read »


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    • American Car Rental Association

    • The American Car Rental Association (ACRA) is a formal trade organization based in Long Lake, New York, composed of rental car companies, that advocates and lobbies on behalf of the car rental industry with elected officials and consumer advocates at the federal, state and local levels of government. In 1978, a nu ... Read »


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    • American Society of Travel Agents

    • The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) is a trade association which was formed to represent and defend the business and regulatory public policy interests of travel intermediaries, including travel agencies (including traditional "brick and mortar" agencies, online portals, mega- and corporate agencies, and small ... Read »


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    • Ampretur

    • AMPRETUR (the Mexican Association of Tourism Press) was created on June 1975, and is right now the only official organization of journalists and tourism writers in Mexico. Created by the influence of former Mexican President Miguel Alemán Valdés, who suggested it was necessary to conform an organism of specializ ... Read »


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    • Angels of Flight Canada

    • Angels of Flight Canada is a Canadian owned and operated air and ground ambulance service based in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. It transports patients to and from 104 different countries. Angels of Flight Canada was established in 1988 by Gail Courneyea, a critical care registered nurse at the Peterborough Civic ... Read »


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    • Arabian Travel Market

    • Arabian Travel Market a.k.a. ATM is a travel and tourism event, organized annually in Dubai to provide a platform for inbound and outbound tourism professionals in the Middle East and gives information on tourism destinations, accommodation options, tourism attractions and aviation industry in the Middle East and aroun ... Read »


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    • Association for Safe International Road Travel

    • The Association for Safe International Road Travel (usually abbreviated as ASIRT) is a non-profit, humanitarian organization that promotes road travel safety through education and advocacy. Rochelle Sobel, president and founder of ASIRT, created the organization in 1995, in response to her son Aron's death in a bus cra ... Read »


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    • Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators

    • The Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO) is a voluntary cooperative organization of cruise lines largely working in the European arctic, including, Greenland and Svalbard. AECO establishes guidelines for its members that cover passenger safety, environmental protection issues and ethical interaction ... Read »


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    • Association of British Travel Agents

    • ABTA is a UK travel trade association for tour operators and travel agents. Previously known as Association of British Travel Agents, its name was changed on 1 July 2007 to ABTA, The Travel Association to reflect its wider representation of the travel industry. On 1 July 2008 it merged with the Federation of Tour ... Read »


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    • Association of Corporate Travel Executives

    • The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) is a not-for-profit professional association of business travel stakeholders throughout the world. The ACTE purpose is to advance the interests of the corporate business travel industry, to promote industry networking opportunities and to educate members on emerging ... Read »


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    • Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises

    • Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises

      The Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (Greek: Σύνδεσμος Ελληνικών Τουριστικών Επιχειρήσεων), commonly abbreviated to SETE (ΣΕΤΕ), is a non-governmental, non-profit organization f ... Read »


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    • Association of Independent Tour Operators

    • Association of Independent Tour Operators

      The Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) is a British-based travel Industry trade group that represents around 120 specialist and independent tour operators. Members operate to over 170 countries, including the UK, with activities spanning a range of interests including adventure, city break, culture, fly d ... Read »


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    • Association of Special Fares Agents

    • Association of Special Fares Agents

      The Association of Special Fares Agents, or ASFA, consists of Airline Consolidators, Bucket shops and Discount Travel Agents. The main purpose of ASFA is the exchange of knowledge in regards to discounted airline tickets on the same air route offered in different markets. After a preliminary meeting in Frankfurt, ... Read »


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    • Australian National Travel Association

    • The Australian National Travel Association (1929–2001) was a semi-government industry organisation which promoted tourism and travel in Australia. The Australian National Travel Association was formed in 1929 at the onset of the Great Depression by Sir Charles Lloyd Jones (1878-1958), merchant and patron of t ... Read »


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    • BEST Education Network

    • BEST Education Network (BEST-EN), headquartered at Modul University Vienna, Austria is an international consortium of educators committed to furthering the development and dissemination of knowledge in the field of Sustainable tourism. The BEST Education Network emerged from a broader initiative known as Business ... Read »


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    • City ticket office

    • A city ticket office (CTO) is a storefront office for an airline, essentially a travel agency specializing in that particular carrier's flights. City ticket offices were formerly very common: American Airlines once had 110. But as of 2007, few remain. The primary users of city ticket offices are business travelers bu ... Read »


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    • CouchSurfing

    • Couchsurfing International Inc.

      Couchsurfing International Inc. operates Couchsurfing.com, a hospitality service and social networking website. The website provides a platform for members to "couch surf" as a guest at someone's home, host travelers, meet other members, or join an event. Unlike many hospitality services, Couchsurfing is an example of ... Read »


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    • Destination management

    • A destination management company (DMC) is a professional services company possessing extensive local knowledge, expertise and resources, specializing in the design and implementation of events, activities, tours, transportation and program logistics. According to a DMC company website a "DMC is a service professional c ... Read »


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    • Dnata

    • dnata

      Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (Chairman/CEO) Gary Chapman (President of Dnata) Dnata (styled as dnata, Dubai National Air Transport Association) is one of the largest suppliers of combined air services in the world offering aircraft ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services across five continent ... Read »


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    • ENAT

    • The European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT) is a non-profit association of tourism enterprises, organisations and individuals from the private, public and NGO sectors aimed at evaluating good practices, as well as providing and endorsing services and products for accessible tourism in Europe. ENAT was first set ... Read »


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    • Equitable Tourism Options

    • Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS)

      Equitable Tourism Options (EQUATIONS) is a research, campaign and advocacy NGO working on social, cultural, economic and environmental impacts of tourism on local communities in India. Their work is directed towards enabling non-exploitative, equitable and sustainable tourism in India. They function out of Bangalore, I ... Read »


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    • Family Motor Coach Association

    • The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization of families who own and enjoy the recreational use of motorhomes. Since 1963, FMCA has issued more than 425,000 memberships to families who look to the association as their source of information about all facets of motorhome ownership and travel ... Read »


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    • Good Sam Club

    • Founder Art Rouse Type Organization of recreational vehicle owners Headquarters Englewood, Colorado
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      Over 1.7 million, world's largest RV organization Owner Good Sam Enterprises
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      Good Sam Enterprises Affiliations Camping World, NASCAR Slogan Save Mor" >
    • Good Sam Club

      The Good Sam Club is an international organization of recreational vehicle (RV) owners and the largest organization of RV owners in the world. It is focused upon making RVing safer and more enjoyable, and to save members money through club-endorsed benefits and services. It states that it has over 1.7 million members. ... Read »


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    • Groundforce Portugal

    • Groundforce Portugal

      Groundforce Portugal is a subsidiary company of TAP Portugal, offering aircraft ground handling services in Portugal. It was created with the privatization of the ground handling services of airline TAP Portugal in October 2005. In 1982 the DOT (Department of Land Operations) was the one who took care of handling ... Read »


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    • Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals

    • Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals (HFTP) is an American global professional association for members that serve in the financial and technology areas of the hospitality industry. The idea of the association first began in 1925, when an organization known as the Hotel Accountants Association of New Yo ... Read »


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    • International Association of Travel Agents Network

    • The International Airlines Travel Agent Network (IATAN) is an industry association in the USA designed to represent the interests of its member companies. In addition, it (along with the IATA) is the body responsible for the standard international codes for airlines, airports, hotels, cities and car rental firms (for ... Read »


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    • International Cruise Victims Organization

    • "International Cruise Victims" (ICV) is a nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is to offer support and assistance to people who have been affected by crimes committed against themselves or family members while on cruise ships, or who feel they have received poor treatment by cruise ship companies in addressing ... Read »


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    • International Inbound Travel Association

    • The International Inbound Travel Association, formerly known as the Receptive Services Association of America, is a 501(c)6 trade association of major North American–based receptive tour operator companies and suppliers (hotels, restaurants, attractions, destination marketing organizations, etc.). Based in Lexingt ... Read »


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    • International Society of Travel Medicine

    • The International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM) is an international society of physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other medical professionals to promote travel health initiatives. Founded as an organization in 1991, ISTM has built a global network that is committed to the advancement of travel medicine - currentl ... Read »


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    • International Student Travel Confederation

    • The International Student Travel Confederation is a non-profit organisation founded in 1949 with a goal to secure and inform students of cheaper and or tax free travel. Working in more than 100 countries, the ISTC continues its work including road, rail and air travel. ... Read »


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    • International Travel Catering Association

    • The International Travel Catering Association, formerly the In Flight Catering Association was a trade association for travel catering. They provided educational services, competitive awards (the Mercury Award) and published a regular magazine Onboard Hospitality. On May 7, 2014, the International Travel Catering Assoc ... Read »


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    • ITB Berlin

    • The ITB Berlin (Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin) is the world's largest tourism trade fair. The companies represented at the fair include hotels, tourist boards, tour operators, system providers, airlines and car rental companies. The thematically ordered market segments help visitors and exhibitors to quickl ... Read »


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    • Latin American Travel Association

    • The Latin American Travel Association (LATA) is a UK travel industry association whose purpose is to promote travel to Latin American destinations. Its members include airlines, tour operator's and travel agents, as well as tourist boards of various Latin American countries. There are over 200 members in all, ranging ... Read »


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    • National Park Travelers Club

    • National Park Travelers Club (NPTC)

      The National Park Travelers Club (or NPTC) is a non-profit 501(c)7 social club organization. Its mission is to provide networking and recognition opportunities for visitors to America's National Park System. This Club acts to support and expand appreciation of the U.S. National Park System. The NPTC was organized ... Read »


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    • Oxford University Exploration Club

    • The Oxford University Exploration Club was established in December 1927 by Edward Max Nicholson, Colin Trapnell and Charles Sutherland Elton. The Club's aim is to support and advise students with planning original expeditions abroad. Recent expeditions to Tibet, the Congo, Greenland, Trinidad, Mongolia, Svalbard, Nami ... Read »


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    • Pacific Asia Travel Association

    • The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a membership association working to promote the responsible development of travel and tourism in the Asia Pacific region. As J Mullahey of Pan American Airways set about organizing the first Pacific area travel conference with the aim of promoting tourism to the largel ... Read »


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    • Raleigh Club

    • The Raleigh Club was a dining club founded in 1827. It met at the 'Thatched House', a tavern in the St James area of London as an alternative to the Travellers Club. It was founded by Sir Arthur de Capell Brooke as a place where real exploring travellers could meet, exchange tales and try the cuisine of far-off lands. ... Read »


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    • Red Rickshaw Revolution

    • The Red rickshaw Revolution (RRR) is an initiative launched by the Vodafone Foundation in India to empower women for social development in India. The revolution was started on 9 March 2013, when three women riding a red autorickshaw departed from Delhi to reach Mumbai on 18 March 2013. The rickshaws will pass through D ... Read »


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    • Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality


    • STR, Inc

    • STR

      STR, formerly known as Smith Travel Research, is an American company based in Hendersonville, Tennessee, that tracks supply and demand data for multiple market sectors, including the global hotel industry. STR provides market share analysis for major hotel chains and brands in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middl ... Read »


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    • Tourist Railway Association, Inc.

    • The Tourist Railway Association Inc. (TRAIN) was a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the tourist railway industry in the United States. It published a monthly newsletter, Trainline. TRAIN conducted periodic seminars and conventions in various parts of the country to disseminate information about various i ... Read »


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    • Travel Sentry

    • Travel Sentry

      Travel Sentry is a company that develops and licenses standards used in travel security, including a standard for luggage locks that can be opened by aviation security agencies such as the Transportation Security Administration. Travel Sentry was founded in 2003. The first locks manufactured to the Travel Sentry A ... Read »


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    • Travelers Aid International

    • The Travelers Aid movement began in St. Louis, Missouri, under the leadership of Mayor Bryan Mullanphy. Its purpose was to provide assistance to American pioneers and new immigrants who became stranded on their journeys. At his death in 1851, Mullanphy left a bequest of one half million dollars in his will to help "aid ... Read »


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    • Travelers' Century Club


    • United States Tour Operators Association

    • United States Tour Operators Association

      United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) is a 501(c) registered nonprofit professional association representing the tour operator industry. Its members are made up of companies who provide services worldwide but who conduct business in the U.S. As a voice for the tour operator industry, USTOA represents this se ... Read »


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    • Vinea Summer Camp

    • The Vinea Summer Camp is the oldest Dutch travel organisation for children and young people, and one of the most notable such organisations in the country. More than 140 types of camps are offered, in the Netherlands and abroad. They organize camps for children aged 7 to 19, some ten thousand each year. Vinea has exist ... Read »


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    • Women on Their Way

    • Women on Their Way is a program for women travelers that was launched by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts in 1995. The program offers women a variety of room and hotel amenities and services, as well as travel deals, packages and advice. Women on Their Way makes use of feedback from women travelers and women's organizatio ... Read »


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    • Woodswomen, Inc.

    • Woodswomen, Inc. was a nonprofit organization focusing on education and adventure travel run by women, for women out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, from 1977 to 1999. Woodswomen, referred to as the 'grandmother' of women's outdoor adventure groups, was one of the first adventure travel companies serving exclusively women a ... Read »


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    • Workaway

    • Workaway

      Workaway is an international hospitality service that organizes homestays for people willing to provide help for their hosts. Volunteers or "Workawayers", are expected to contribute a pre-agreed amount of time per day in exchange for lodging and food, which is provided by their host. Hosts register at workaway.inf ... Read »


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    • World Travel and Tourism Council

    • World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)

      The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) is a forum for the travel and tourism industry. It is made up of members from the global business community and works with governments to raise awareness about the travel and tourism industry. It is known for being the only forum to represent the private sector in all parts of ... Read »


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    • World Travel Market

    • World Travel Market (WTM) is a UK event for the global travel industry, launched at London's Olympia in 1980 before moving to Earl’s Court in 1992 and then to ExCeL London in 2002. Almost 46,000 senior travel industry professionals, government ministers and representatives of the international media, converge on E ... Read »


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    • WWOOF

    • World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF, /ˈwʊf/), or Willing Workers on Organic Farms, is a loose network of national organizations that facilitate placement of volunteers on organic farms. Australia with 2,600 hosts has the most host farms and enterprises, followed by New Zealand with 2,340 and United S ... Read »


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